Tag Archives: Donegal tweed

Smart Casual Experiment #4: The Roll(Turtle)Neck

Probably the easiest alternative to a shirt and tie, the rollneck (or turtleneck) is a staple of my cold weather wardrobe. Cold weather because I have yet to find a fabric more suited to warmer weather that looks as good … Continue reading

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Wearing Grey

Wearing all grey doesn’t have to leave you looking like Regis Philbin mid-90’s. Play with texture. Here a grey and black horizontal striped sweater (Target, Merino wool), white B² button down, grey herringbone sportcoat (Agnès B.), grey Donegal tweed trousers, … Continue reading

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Keeping It Proportional

I prattle on a lot about proportion and fit. I think you’ve got fit down. So here’s a bit more about proportion. Two sweaters, two pairs of trousers, four radically different looks. A fuller, shawl collar sweater worn with full … Continue reading

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